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Re: "Windows Authentication" Was: "Credentials Caching - Security Guy Not Happy" from users list

From: Jason Taylor <jtaylor_at_bastyr.edu>
Date: 2004-08-26 23:32:02 CEST

I use TortoiseSVN and it just works.

Steve Dwire wrote:

>I would imagine that SVN does not currently handle the client-side half
>of the Kerberos negotiation, however. Would that be correct?
>Is that all ("all" ha!) that would be necessary to provide seamless
>authentication, then? the existing mod_auth_kerb on Apache (properly
>configured) and a smarter SVN client?
>Steve Dwire
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Jason Taylor [mailto:jtaylor@bastyr.edu]
>Sent: Thursday, August 26, 2004 2:53 PM
>To: Steve Dwire
>Cc: users@subversion.tigris.org
>Subject: Re: "Windows Authentication" Was: "Credentials Caching -
>Security Guy Not Happy" from users list
>Kerberos is what I'm using now and it's working nicely. It also required
>"manual" intervention on FreeBSD in order to get a reasonably current
>version. For it to work as intended, it requires a bit of set up. I'm
>don't remember exactly what, but I think it involved doing some set-up
>on the domain controller and then copying files over to the Apache
>server. Directions should be easily found by googling. I just used
>"KrbVerifyKDC off" to avoid all that, but my security requirements are
>pretty lax.

Jason Taylor
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